Sioux City, Iowa – The Briar Cliff University Honors Program will host their bi-annual lecture series on Tuesday, April 16 at 7 p.m. in St. Francis Center on the University’s campus. The public is invited to attend.
The lecture series will feature Briar Cliff faculty including Michael Kushnick, professor and chair of the Department of Applied Health and Exercise Sciences, presenting “Blood Flow Restricted Exercise: A New Application.” In addition, Mike Harman, assistant professor of psychology and director of the Applied Behavior Analysis Clinic at Briar Cliff, will present “Delay Discounting: State or Trait?”
The Honors Program at Briar Cliff creates a community for like-minded, motivated students to come together and share transformational experiences. In addition, the program hosts educational opportunities including the lecture series.
For more information on the Honors Program at Briar Cliff, visit www.briarcliff.edu/honors.